Visitors can sleep, play and eat at the Lucky Eagle Casino.
From live entertainment and boxing matches, to gaming and food, the popular destination has a little bit of everything.
Located on U.S. Highway 12 between Oakville and Rochester, the casino and adjoining hotel is only about 14 miles away from Centralia. The casino is owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, and is centrally located where Lewis, Grays Harbor and Thurston counties come together.
Visitors have the option of either swinging by for a few hours, or settling down for an extended stay. The Eagles Landing Hotel, which is connected to the casino by a skybridge, has 69 rooms and features an indoor heated pool, exercise facility and sauna.
On the gaming and gambling end, the casino has almost everything. Games include blackjack, Spanish 21, craps, keno and bingo, and there are 585 slot machines that span a wide price range.
The casino has plenty of dining options as well. The Grand Buffet is open seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is one of four restaurants serving up food to casino-goers. The Prime Rib & Steakhouse serves steaks and chops and fresh seafood and salad, while the Sidewalk Deli has soups and sandwiches. At the Center Stage Grill and Cabaret, customers can take in free live entertainment while grabbing a quick bite.
Entertainment is another facet of the casino that brings in business, as a variety of singers and performers can be found on stage year-round. Upcoming entertainment includes Jonathon Harris, Billy Mac, Backfire Band, Society’s Child, Loose Gravel, J.C. Hyke, Boomer Band, Randy Linder and Raeanne’s Groove.
Kenny Carnes will perform “Pieces of War,” a one man show about a soldier who returns from war, at a live benefit performance Sunday, May 18th at 1 p.m. The cost is $20 and all funds go to the Freedom Foundation and a local military foundation.
For more information, telephone the casino at 360-273-2000 or visit their Web site at www.luckyeagle.com